nec has established institutional linkages for academic exchanges, with a number of universities, institutions and organizations in different parts of the world. Exchange of faculty and students, sharing of knowledge, experiences and publications and collaboration in teaching and research have been some of the continued activities initiated and supported under such linkages.
To date the institutional linkages of nec extend to -
- Ball State University, USA
- Ehime University, Japan
- Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), India
- Imperial College, London
- South Asian Consortium for Interdisciplinary Water Resources Studies (SaciWATERs), Hyderabad, India
- MVA Asia Ltd. HongKong & NTDRC
- Tarleton State University, Texas, USA
Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Center
ICT center consists of hardware and software facilities needed for information and communication. These include computer and
network hardware, communication middleware as well as necessary software. The Windows and Linux based Computer Laboratories,
seven in number, are managed by the ICT center which provide opportunity for the students to experiment with readymade software
and developing their own software during and after the class hours. The students can access the information through unlimited internet access and Wi-Fi connectivity within the nec premises.
Recent lab upgrades for Civil Engineering has been accomplished.
1. Three hinged arch and bending moment set up are replaced by new ones and are used for structure analysis practical.
2. Three new Smart Road software have been recently added for final year road project.
The following research centers established within the nec umbrella are involved in research, development and promotional activities:
1. Center for Research in Social Defense Technology (CRSDT)
2. Computer Technology and Robotonix Club (CTRC)
The college encourages students to participate in sports, athletics and other co-curricular activities on nec holidays. Sports activities are strictly prohibited on college days. The facilities for outdoor sports include volleyball and basketball courts and a large football ground maintained within the college premises.
Site Visits and Study Tours
The college arranges required site visit or study tour of students to relevant industries, institutions and construction projects. Settlement study, directly complementing the learning of the students pursuing B. Architecture. is part of the curriculum. A survey camp of ten days is organized for the third year students of B. E. (Civil and Civil & Rural) and B. E. Civil for Diploma Holders. Two weeks educational exposure tour (NASA) to India is organized for the third year students of architecture. After such visits, students are asked to submit a report in prescribed format as a part of internal evaluation system.
nec library provides the ambience of learning for the students and faculty. There is collection of more than 35000 books and references on wide ranging subjects in engineering, technology, basic and applied sciences, social sciences, language and culture. The library has been essentially serving nec students and faculty and also
professionals and researchers from outside. The computerized catalogue system allows easy retrieval of text books and other reference.